• A rich cultural heritage
  • Cultural dances
  • Unique landscapes
  • Unique Flora- The desert rose
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  • Sand dunes on the way to Loiyangalani
  • Loiyangalani Desert Museum
A rich cultural heritage1
Cultural dances2
Unique landscapes3
Unique Flora- The desert rose4
The petrified forest- Kobi Foora5
Sand dunes on the way to Loiyangalani6
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The Marsabit- Lake Turkana Festival is a conglomerate of 14 communities that forms the bulk of the larger Marsabit County’s populace. The festival was proposed by the local communities who reside on the Eastern shores of Lake Turkana in Marsabit County. It was initiated in the year 2008 and has since been an annual event.
The event will feature unique performances and cultural traditions of 14 ethnic communities which live in Marsabit County: El Molo, Rendille, Samburu, Turkana, Dassanatch, Gabra, Borana, Konso, Sakuye, Garee, Waata, Burji and Somali. The presentation of the customs and living conditions of the fourteen tribes, their spectacular traditional costumes, arts and crafts, dances and music is a unique and fascinating experience – in particular in light of the stunning geographical characteristics and the limited general knowledge about the Lake Turkana and Marsabit County.
At first glance, this sounds like a light culture entertainment programme but the three days event will serve a deeper purpose in the region. The Marsabit-Lake Turkana Cultural Festival gives all the communities in Marsabit County an opportunity for the cross-cultural interaction, harmony, cohesion, integration, cooperation and trading. The underlying main goal, therefore, has been and continues to be, promotion of peace and reconciliation.
The Marsabit Lake Turkana Cultural Festival 2015

Marsabit Lake Turkana Cultural Festival